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ImageHide 2

Stack from RWtuts

Version 2.0 released 10 months ago

5.95

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ImageHide 2

Stack from RWtuts

Version 2.0 released 10 months ago

5.95

ImageHide 2 is now available – we overhauled it from scratch to work with Stacks 3 exclusively (read more about this in our FAQs). It’s faster, finally responsive, includes tons of new customization options (you can fully customize the button style) and also has a retina icon now.

Change the font color, background color and the border styles. You can also add different styles to normal, hovered and active states of the buttons to make it more interactive!

ImageHide has been designed to let your site visitors hide or show images from your website. This comes handy when you offer long text articles with pictures and/or videos. If readers are only interested in the articles text at all, they can easily turn of all images of the site to make sure that they have a proper reading experience. And if they are ready for pictures they can easily turn them on using the stack again.

ImageHide works fantastic with every kind of stack you use on your sites, even third party stacks from other developers are fully supported.

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Hide and Print, save ink!

Written by Turtle 9 months ago

This is a pretty handy little stack that will allow you to show or hide images per page (Does not affect Theme based images like header images/banner images), however, if you have articles you would like viewers to print and read offline or save then this stack would save them ink/toner because the images will not print when hidden. I can see this being useful for checklists, safety information or news articles. Perhaps you will find other use cases for it.

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